Tuesday was a big day for Perth and Kinross and Scotland’s music industry.
Concern is spreading around boardrooms that further devolution of tax powers from Westminster to Holyrood will target the wealthy.
Communications are an important part of how governments engage with the public about policy and decision making.
Sorry, once I get my teeth into something I don’t let go.
Everyone in Dundee knows our port has been the lifeblood of our history. When our port has been busy, there has been employment.
With Nicola Sturgeon as our first female First Minister and the United Nations body responsible for the promotion of gender equality hailing the 50/50 gender split in her new cabinet as a “role model to emulate”, we are certainly making progress.
The world’s biggest name in design is coming to Dundee. The foundations for the V&A are being laid behind the hoardings at Riverside and the landscaped gardens between it and the Caird Hall are ready and waiting for the magnificent building.
It’s time for Scotland and its justice system to smarten up, it would seem.
So. Farewell then, Sir Stephen House. A career comes to an end ingloriously but, not insignificantly, on his terms and timing.
CAN NATURE and a music festival co-exist?